18 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Sunday, March 6

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      Looking for something to do on Sunday? The Straight’s got you covered. Here are 18 events happening in or around Vancouver on Sunday, March 6.



      California roots-reggae band Rebelution tours in support of latest release Count Me In, with guests Proteje, at the Commodore Ballroom.

      Canadian jazz vocalist Helen Hansen performs with guitarist Bill Coon, keyboardist Michael Creber, and bassist Rene Worst at Frankie's.

      The WISE Hall hosts music by Elliot Christopher Way, Brother Bob Sumner, and Dirty Luke, with guest Davy Longworth.

      New York City-based jazz saxophonist Michael Blake performs with bassist Ben Allison, pianist Frank Kimbrough, and drummer Rudy Royston at the BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts.



      Walk in Her Shoes supports CARE Canada, which fights poverty by empowering women and girls around the world. Held at Jericho Beach.



      At the Healthy Family Expo, kids can take in a concert by Bobs & LoLo and Jessie Farrell, while parents can enjoy over 100 exhibitors. Held at the Vancouver Convention Centre East.

      A historical walking tour pays tribute to Canadian writer and performer Pauline Johnson. Held at Stanley Park.

      At Vinyl Swap, collectors are invited to bring records to spin and share with the rest of the vinyl enthusiasts. Held at Alexander Gastown.



      The Vancouver Public Library Central Branch hosts a conversation on how best to steer the open web in the right direction.

      Anna Hall will present an overview of the world's porpoise species at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum.



      Kids can take part in a community family event to build nests for bees. Held at St. Helen's Anglican Church.



      The Havana Theatre hosts an evening of comedy that draws inspiration from movies, suggested Youtube videos, or other prerecorded sketches.



      Delve into scene construction and dialogue design in a full day of inspiring craft lessons, discussions, and interactive exercises. Held at the Alliance for Arts and Culture.



      Elektra Women's Choir and the Vancouver Men's Chorus celebrate the choral music of Vancouver pianist-composer Stephen Smith. Held at Ryerson United Church.

      Enjoy a concert of opera arias and song favourites in a casual setting at the Old Auditorium.

      The Gallery Singers present the music of Claudio Monteverdi, including selections from Selva Morale e spirituale. Held at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church.



      Carousel Theatre for Young People presents a stage-musical adaptation of P.D. Eastman's classic children's book Go, Dog. Go! at the Waterfront Theatre.



      The Kids Culture Film Series presents a screening of the French Canadian film The Outlaw League at the Rio Theatre.

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